It’s a mid-range Android smartphone with a high-end digital camera hitched to it. No, it’s a point-and-shoot that just happens to run Android and support voice calls.
Brazen, cheeky and often rude commercials mocking the competition used to be Samsung and Apple territory until not long ago in the mobile landscape, but Nokia and LG have recently joined the fun.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to tell timing is everything when it comes to launching a new tech product, especially one that intends to create a fresh niche or target a part of the audience never targeted before.
LG is ready to launch its first smartphone with a curved screen. The mobile will be called the G Flex, and will be available sometime next month.
Of the three major diminutive Android flagship versions unveiled so far, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 mini is probably the least exciting on paper, what with HTC’s One mini rocking a far superior screen and sturdy aluminum build and Sony’s Xperia Z1 mini being… well, simply awesome.
Quirkiness and exoticism are what usually describe best the seasonal new gadget line-ups of Japan’s leading wireless carriers, but NTT DoCoMo seems to have turned a page with the latest fall-winter selection of phones, which is downright droolworthy.
Second Galaxy Note 3 commercial: collapsing buildings, kids singing and Lionel Messi doing nothing (video)
Ever since Samsung has decided to quit mocking Apple in its Galaxy commercials, things have gone from weird to weirder to weirdest. Remember the dancing ninjas/goat-centric Icelandic ad for the Galaxy S4 (though technically Sammy did mock Apple if you paid close attention)?
With Android 4.4 KitKat official for more than a month now, it’s certainly a little odd to still be left in a fog as to what exactly will the new OS bring to the table in terms of updates and new features.
Back in the day, when people were still smarter than their phones and glasses were only used to deflect sun or improve eyesight, a mobile device’s sturdiness and reliability was equally as important if not more important than how “sleek” or “cool” the gizmo looked.
LG announced that it intends to launch its first smartphone with a flexible screen in November. Meanwhile, South Korean rival manufacturer Samsung mentioned that its flexible screen device, the Galaxy Round, will be announced this week.
As financially comfortable as you might be in the technology world and as much as your brand might be respected and valued by billions of people, it’s never wise to rest on your laurels and just wait for the dough to pile up.
Are you a big fan of board games, but oldies like Scrabble or Monopoly don’t do it for you anymore? Fret not, as there’s a hot new game that I know will spice up your tedious evenings when the internet is down and the only thing interesting on TV is “Duck Dynasty”.
Reviews say Samsung’s Smartwatch is catastrophically underwhelming, but the company sells it on TV in all kinds of retro cool.
Samsung’s partnership with MediaTek would allow it to push into developing markets.
Samsung estimates its quarterly profits rose 25 percent due to strong memory prices.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Samsung is falsifying benchmarks scores on the Galaxy Note 3. A survey by AnandTech found that almost all major manufacturers are rigging their benchmark scores one way or another.
Let the flexible games begin. It’s what we’ve wanted so badly to proclaim for so long and at last we’re in a position to actually hope the first curved smartphone or smartphones are forthcoming.
Analysis by Ars Technica shows that the Note 3 engages an artificial boost mode when running benchmarking apps.
Samsung may seem like it has the entire mobile tech world at its feet, with essentially every bit and piece of the smartphone landscape dominated by at least one Galaxy family member, but apparently the sky’s the limit for the Koreans’ ambitions. Or not even the sky.
Rumor has it: Flexible Galaxy Note 3 coming in October, Galaxy S5 to rock HTC One-like aluminum unibody
That’s right, it’s that time of the year again. The time dubious, unverifiable sources start to fuel rumors of Samsung going on a different design path for future members of the Galaxy. You all know what I’m talking about, metal and flexibility.